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Posted inGovernmentLocal news

Some Racine County recreation areas reopen

New guidance has been ordered for Racine County recreation areas — including campgrounds, dog parks, and golf courses, according to Racine County Executive Johnathan Delegrave. The reopening of Racine County’s favorite outdoor locations is compliant with Governor Evers’ and the Wisconsin Department of Health Services’ updated Safer at Home Emergency Order #28.  “We recognize the value of getting […]

Posted inCommunity

County campground reservations open Tuesday

Reservations will be accepted for Racine County campgrounds (Cliffside Park and Sanders Park) at the Real Racine Visitor Center, 14015 Washington Ave. (Hwy. 20), starting Tuesday (January 3). In-person campsite reservations will be taken starting at 9 a.m. that day. Telephone reservations (262-884-6400 or 800-272-2463) and online reservations (www.realracine.com/hotels/camping/) will be accepted after 2 p.m. […]